Special Report: Neighbouring Rights

If anyone had any doubts about the growing importance of neighbouring rights for the music industry, they should take a look at the recently released IFPI Global Music Report 2016.

The performance rights revenue section might have drawn less attention at the time of publication than the growth of streaming, but it nonetheless confirmed that neighbouring rights were continuing to experience global growth – and consequently becoming more and more important for the livelihoods of thousands of artists and labels ...

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